Google Pixel 3a gets teased on Flipkart ahead of possible May 8 launch

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While OnePlus is not keeping any stones unturned as far as teasing about its next flagship phone, the OnePlus 7 And OnePlus 7 Pro is concerned. Considering their launch is two weeks away on May 14. On the other hand, Google is only dropping subtle hints at the launch of its next Pixel phones – dubbed as Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. 

According to a report posted by XDA, the Mountain View giant has started to tease a poster on Flipkart, India’s one of the largest e-commerce retailer. The partnership is like to exclusively bring the “affordable” Google Pixel phones to India. 

Also read: OnePlus 7 Pro earns A+ rating by DisplayMate ahead of May 14 launch

What do we know so far about Google Pixel 3a?

Apart from a clear press render shared by the popular leakster, Evan Blass.  We don’t know anything certain about the upcoming phones. And Google hasn’t been kind to give hints about what to expect. 

Google Pixel 3a Teaser on Flipkart

Just like the poster popped up after Google I/O announcement, this Flipkart teaser also states the same sentence. “Help is on the way”, followed by the tease, “Something big is coming to the Pixel Universe”. 

Google might really want to take a page or two from the OnePlus marketing team. While OnePlus feels excited to unveil its phone, Google, on the other hand, is not feeling quite well for its Pixel phone. At least that’s what its bland marketing feels like.

Also read: OnePlus has started to tease the 3X Zoom camera on OnePlus 7 Pro 

As far as the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL specifications are concerned, you can check our previous article to know about them. 

What do you guys think of the Google Pixel 3a launch in India? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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